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with Cal Davis
This course serves as an introduction to the hobby of Amateur Radio. Students will learn the fundamentals of radio communication, while obtaining a basic knowledge of electronics, FCC regulations, and operating in an emergency environment. This course will help to prepare students for the FCC required Technician class Amateur Radio licensing exam. The class will be followed by the Technician Class License Test. Cost includes the price of the test. Please bring a calculator with you for use on the test. We suggest that you run through an online practice test such as the one found at http://www.eham.net/exams/ several times before the class to better prepare you for the Technician Class License Test at the end of the course.
HiSet and GED Prep Class
with Amy Jensen
It's never too late to graduate! Ready for a better job? Have dreams of college but didn’t graduate high school? We can help! Valley Learning Center offers FREE HiSet and GED preparation classes for all individuals 16 and up who are not currently enrolled in high school. Our classes are small and highly individualized with plenty of one on one instruction. Let the Valley Learning Center help you pave the way to a brighter future. Start earning your High School Equivalency Diploma today! Come by or call us at 307-782-6401.
How To Do Disney
with Cal Davis
Come learn some great tips and tricks to planning a big special trip to Disney and other destinations as well. Where do you begin? Can you do a trip on a budget? How far in advance do you have to make decisions or how last minute is possible? It’s easy to get overwhelmed in the beginning. This class will help you do your planning so you can enjoy the trip when you get there! We’ll talk about destinations, accommodations, activities, and costs. Learn how to break the process down so planning becomes easier and less overwhelming. Your future memories await!
Job Readiness Workshop
with Nicole Espy
This excellent 3-day workshop covers three areas vital to any job seeker: 1) Job Searching & Matching - This class will help one learn how to use the WyomingatWork.com website in job search activities. The principles learned can be applied to other job search/announcements websites. Pre-requisites: create account for the WyomingatWork.com website (minimum username and password). Class will cover subjects such as Labor Market Information, on-line resumes, virtual recruiters and job skills identification utilizing the WyomingatWork.com website.
2) Resume & Cover Letter - This class will help one understand the purpose, information on a resume, and types of resumes and their uses. Discussion of cover letters, their purpose and how to write a cover letter. If time allows, critiques of individual resumes will be done. Discussion will cover information on a resume, formatting a resume, and how to use your information for interviewing. Pre-requisite: WyomingatWork.com registration.
3) Interviewing and Dressing for Success - This class will help participants prepare for interviews. Class provides information on interviewing techniques for successful interviewing, identifying your skills. Also discussed will be attire for interviewing. If time allows, practice interviews will be conducted. Pre-requisites: WyomingatWork.com registration.
with Michelle Black
This yoga class will focus on posture, breath, and meditation. Students will work on managing the overall stress of life through yoga and meditation, while embracing the Joy of movement through heart-felt class themes. This class is designed for all levels of experience. Students will need to bring a yoga mat and blanket. Age Requirement: High school and older.
Little Medical School
with Amanda Barnes
LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL Kids love to dress up and play doctor. This program encourages children to do this as they explore the exciting world of medicine. Using interactive demonstrations, role-playing, crafts and games, kids learn how the body and organs work and how to use instruments that real doctors use. Children are awarded a graduation diploma at the end of the program. Topics include: What’s In the Doctor’s Office?; All About the Heart!; Digestion Fun!; All About the Lungs! For 2nd - 6th grade.
with John Lupher
This class introduces students to the basic features of Microsoft Access. The course will cover beginning database management concepts including tables, forms, reports, queries, and importing data from Microsoft Excel. This class will stress using a working knowledge of database management vocabulary and emphasizes the efficient use of Access toolbars and menus. We will also discuss database design issues.
with John Lupher
Excel is a spreadsheet program in the Microsoft Office system. You can use Excel to create and format workbooks (a collection of spreadsheets) in order to analyze and display data. Students will use Excel to track data, build models for analyzing data, write formulas to perform calculations on that data, pivot the data in numerous ways, and present data in a variety of professional looking charts.